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Cotton’s Produce Market

Store in Garland - 3.59 mi

Cotton’s Produce Market, sometimes referred to by its customers as Sutton Family Farms, is owned by Chad Sutton and his family. This produce market is not very active on social media, but it doesn’t need to. Sutton Family Farms has been around since 1956. Cotton’s Produce Market, meanwhile, has served the area for decades. They don’t need to do much self-promotion because their customers do it for them. Here’s how one fan puts it:“I will be 46 in May and I remember my mom visiting here often when I was little! I have been a regular customer (and) no matter where we have lived, moved to and no matter how long the drivin’ time increased, this is MY produce market.”If that sounds biased, here’s another customer:“I’m telling you I only get produce from these guys. Chad is the man and knows his stuff.”

1(972) 240-8810

Natural Grocers – Dallas – Garland

Store in Dallas - 9.39 mi

"There is a lot to learn about the supplements that are sold in the store". "Other stores in the Dallas area are lacking when it comes to the freshness of their produce". Yes, "they have fresh produce" and "they have the best prices on pastured eggs and a variety of great organic produce". And, their "granola aisle or bulk bagged goods section" has a "very good quality at a reasonable price". "Great staff and good prices, plus they have kombucha on tap". Also, "the interior decor is unified, but you can tell there's a bit of a quirky mind behind it all". "They even have a little reading section!" 

(214) 321-4777

The Green Spot Store

Store in Dallas - 9.45 mi

Green Spot is a "healthy convenience store” that provides high quality healthy choices of food and beverages to their customers at affordable prices. They offers healthy, organic, natural food and beverages as well as some personal care products. They also brew “Direct Trade and Rain Forest Alliance coffee.” All the food that they serve is preservative free. The meats are locally sourced and all natural. They use cage-free eggs from animals that have been humanely treated and without the use of antibiotics or growth hormones, and nitrates. Their sauces including bbq sauce, ranch, and dressings are “made from scratch in the kitchen.” The Green Spot Store also carry a healthy choice of snacks for kids and adults, baked goods, gluten free options, biodegradable and non-toxic cleaning products. 

(214) 319-7768

Whole Foods Market (Cityline)

Store in Richardson - 10.25 mi

The Whole Foods Market (Cityline) offers "very nice whole foods, newly built in the Cityline area". Also, "the wine/beer selection is great and the hot foods area is a business traveler's dream". Although "it does get busy around lunchtime and if you get there after 12:30 a lot of the food is gone", you will still "really like the food bar". You will appreciate that "they have a great selection of salad, cold cut meat, vegetables, chicken, and beef". Plus, "it also has soup and cornbread". Truly, "the selection is great and the quality of the food is good". So, "if you are in the area and looking for a good food bar for a reasonable price this is a good option". 

(214) 273-0902

Georgia’s Farmer’s Market

Store in Plano - 11.37 mi

Georgia’s Farmer's Market is a family owned produce market in downtown Plano. Cameron Satterthwaite bought the store from his grandfather who had operated it since 1996. "Georgia's" actually refers to the store's original owner -- not a relative of Cameron's -- from whom Cameron's grandfather shopped for onions and other staples. When Georgia fell ill in the 1990s, she sold the store to Cameron’s grandfather. Cameron himself had been working part time for his grandparents for ten years until they decided to retire.Despite changing hands, the store is still as popular as ever with homegrown produce, locally made jams, coffee, tea, salsa, candles, flowering plants, and other stuff. Cameron occasionally teams up with an events team to bring local farm and artisanal vendors on-site for special events.“More impressive than their fruit and veggie section is their wall of preserves and canned perishables. There were syrups, jams, jellies and pickled everything.” – Dallas Observer (July 31, 2018)

(972) 516-4765

Whole Foods Market (Park Lane)

Store in Dallas - 12.11 mi

"This Wholefoods is LARGE!!!!" You will "love the layout and of course, love all of their products". The Whole Foods Market (Park Lane) also "added an Amazon pick-up location" with a "nice layout, typical great produce and butcher sections". Plus, "the coffee bar is solid and the prices are reasonable" and they sell "excellent produce". They also sell "great meat and seafood" and also there is a "huge selection of organic items, including their store brands". Also, their "gluten-free options are good". This store also "has grass-fed best meat and chicken". "There is also garage parking in case you don't want your car to take on the Texas heat!"

(214) 342-4850

Central Market (Dallas Lovers Lane)

Store in Dallas - 12.44 mi

"Employees at" Central Market (Dallas Lovers Lane) are "very helpful and friendly, but THE FOOD! That’s what really made the visit spectacular!" Their "selection is huge and diverse". "They have a great selection of healthy choices. Fresh produce and meat". "The produce is always fresh. They have different kinds of grapes that you don’t normally find at the other stores". They also have the "best breakfast bar ever" and "the biscuits and gravy are awesome". This market is "always a good place to be to shop and get out of the heat!! Lots of delicious samples and good ideas for cooking!"

(214) 234-7000

Whole Foods Market (Lakewood)

Store in Dallas - 12.48 mi

The Whole Foods Market (Lakewood) "has one of the best layouts and their warm food section is second to none". Also, "the produce and meat selection is the best at this location" aside from doing "a great job in the seafood department". "Their organic meats are way cheaper than anywhere else" too. You will also "love their veggie burger at the grill" after tasting it. You will also "like the underground parking because it keeps the snow off" your "car in the winter" and also keeps your "car cool in the summer". Plus, "they always have amazing lattes as well". Also, "the sushi rolls at this location are super fresh and during the summer they make a rainbow roll with strawberries, mango and REAL  crab meat, so good!!"

(214) 824-1744

Central Market (Plano)

Store in Plano - 13.51 mi

Central Market (Plano) is a great stop for your food and pantry needs!  Drop by to grab fresh vegetables, fruits, and meats.  They also have freshly baked bread, muffins, croissants, homemade tortillas as well as "every kind of cheese you could ever want."  And their wide selection of items does not stop there!  They also have a great assortment of drinks and beverages like coffee, teas, wines, and beers!  "A wine connoisseur could go crazy here!"  Check out their Facebook account and website for updates, as well as the recipes that they share with their followers.

(469) 241-8300

Central Market (Dallas Preston Royal)

Store in Dallas - 13.83 mi

"Just like all Central Markets, this a great grocery store. Well stocked, high quality and great variety - but squeezed into a much smaller store". "As a result, their product offering can be limited". Also, "they do not have a Cafe that you'll find at other Central Markets". "Parking can also be a little tight at times, but still very good shopping experience". The "store team" are also "exceptional under pressure" during the tornado that hit them. "In seconds staff rounded up store personnel and shoppers alike and ushered us into the cooler to take shelter as the tornado tore off the roof and shook the building" and "Clearly your staff members had very good crisis training", mentioned by a thankful customer.

(972) 860-6500

Whole Foods Market (Forest)

Store in Dallas - 13.87 mi

Aside from having "the finest selection of kefir products", the Whole Foods Market (Forest) also have "100% halal food and 100% fresh bread and food". Also, "this is the only place" that you can think of "in the DFW area where fresh pierogies are sold". "Seating for meals is on two levels" and "the upstairs seating area is much larger than first level". There is also "even an outdoor patio with netting to keep birds out". This also "offers a nice view of the area and is often shaded during the day". You can also "get good beer on tap and drink while you shop!"

(214) 361-8887

Natural Grocers – Dallas – Preston and Forest

Store in Dallas - 14.02 mi

Natural grocers is the place to go if you're looking for healthy options. They have a wide selection of organic food, lactose-free goods, and gluten-free products. Half of the store is dedicated to vitamins and supplements from A-Z. You can even get artisan goods from producers all over the state including cold-pressed coffee, chocolate, granola, and even some chai tea. They also carry some local Kombucha from your neighborhood Kombucha brewer!

(214) 987-0000

Becerra’s Tamales at Saint Michael’s Farmers Market

Store in Dallas - 14.52 mi

Becerra’s Tamales at St. Michael’s Farmers Market was originally established in 1963 and now owned and managed by Chef Victor Valdez. Becerra's Tamales was named after Victor’s grandparents who originally owned the tamales-making business. As a young child, Victor learned the recipes handed down by his grandparents while helping at their business, eventually perfecting and innovating on the recipes, and turning his business into the success that it is today. Social media review sites are filled with rave reviews for Victor’s award-winning tamales and salsas, with reviewers trying to outdo each other and almost unanimously agreeing his products are the best they’ve ever tasted. Aside from his regular Saturday presence at the farmers market, Victor maintains a storefront in Fort Worth open only on Fridays from 11am-5pm for pickup of orders. Check out his social media presence for other special appearances via popup stores.

(214) 454-8952

Bar & Garden Dallas

Store in Dallas - 15.00 mi

Bar & Garden Dallas is a “small-batch spirits, natural wine and craft beer store” that also sells barware, glassware and plants. They only carry wine, spirits and cocktail mods “free of artificial colors and flavors.” All of their wines are, at minimum, practicing organic, and many are biodynamic. That means no herbicides, pesticides or fungicides used in the vineyards. It also means you’re not drinking toxic chemicals! As a leader in the “Texas natural wine movement,” Bar & Garden supports the artists, farmers and makers of raw wine. They also carry small-production of “chocolate, bitters,and shrubs”, but nothing that uses any artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

(214) 774-9620

Burgundy’s Local Dallas

Store in Dallas - 15.01 mi

Burgundy's Local Dallas offers 100% Grass-Fed Beef & Lamb, Pasture Raised Chicken, Pork, & Rabbit, Raw Milk Cheeses, Free Range Pastured Eggs, and more. They are all "great quality" which "makes you question the grass-fed meats from the grocery". It is "worth the price knowing you are getting local and well cared for product". They even "have a limited number of fresh pasture-raised turkeys". One customer even "tried a beef frank (weiners as we call them in Texas)". It was "so delicious". "I forgot what real meat tasted like!!" according to the customer. You will "be back regularly because of the incredible quality and courteous service".

(972) 707-7241

Profound Foods

Store in Allen - 15.09 mi

Profound Foods delivers the absolute best North Texas Grown artisan produce, meats, and dairy to culinary-driven restaurants. Profound Foods was founded by two farmers in 2018 who came together to help each other and other local farmers with logistics and deliveries direct to Chefs and restaurants. They make it easy for consumers to purchase directly from local farms with an online shopping order and a single-invoice system that gathers all of their orders and ships them all together. 

(214) 808-5118

1890 Marketplace (Dallas)

Store in Dallas - 15.24 mi

If you are looking for great spices and olive oils, visit 1890 Marketplace in Dallas, Texas because they have different “flavored oils, vinegar, and spices.” The expansive spice collection fills a whole wall of shelving, and tables filled with vats of olive oil resembling mini beer vats at a craft brewery fill in the rest of the space. Each vat has “its own label of a specific flavor of olive oil”, which is made by infusing the crushed olives with various herbs and spices. They also offer “Thai Lemongrass Mint, Honey Ginger, Aged Basalmic,” and pretty much everything. The service is super attentive, and very informative on all the options. The highlights are their house-blend spice, and the Cranberry Pear and White Balsamic Vinegar Dressing.

(214) 306-6766

Whole Foods Market (Addison)

Store in Addison - 15.31 mi

Here at Whole Foods Market (Addison), some customers are "always a fan of Whole Foods, but not because of the groceries, but the $8.99 lb salad/hot bar food available!" People "always come here to make" their "own salads" which "can be semi-dangerous because by the time you make your salad it could be well over $15". They also "have so many great options to choose from that it makes it hard to decide what to get". You should also "go for the meats and sweet potatoes, along with some delicious grilled Brussels sprouts". According to one customer, "definitely recommend trying them out for a healthy lunch option!"

(214) 854-3334

Foxtrot Delivery Market

Store in Dallas - 15.50 mi

Foxtrot Delivery Market is a 3,600-square-foot coffee bar and cafe founded by “Michael LaVitola and Dallas native, Taylor Bloom.” It is the answer to grab-and-go coffee, easy lunch meetings, wine dates and late-night snacking. A platform of “discovery for curated products and brands,” the market’s shelves will be stocked with a carefully selected, rotating assortment of today’s most exciting brands, up-and-coming makers and local favorites like Emporium Pies, and Flower Gals Co. They have a selection of groceries, gift boxes, everyday essentials and even an impressive collection of CBD products. As a digitally native, Foxtrot marries its neighborhood shops with under an hour “delivery via its app and website” for a seamless omni channel experience to discover the city’s best goods, gifts, and everyday essentials.

(972) 685-6499

Whole Foods Market (Highland Park)

Store in Dallas - 15.62 mi

The Whole Foods Market (Highland Park) is "a little small, so they don't always have all the specialty items we want, but they have almost everything else". You will "like that they have an elaborate salad bar" with "so many options from cold salad to sides to choose from". This makes it "so easy to go in and out for lunch and build a salad". They also "have some samples throughout the store, mainly in produce". They "even have a bar where you can get wines and amazing beer". Also, "their bakery always smells so good & REMEMBER! They have a pizza bar that you can grab a slice or two and head out".

(214) 520-7993